- Product Dimensions: 42.1 x 30.4 x 39.6 cm ; 7.8 Kg
- Item model number: BK1050S
- ASIN: B003ZDNKSI
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 22 July 2015
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,75,902 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Breadman BK1050S 2-Pound Professional Bread Maker with Collapsible Kneading Paddles and Automatic Fruit and Nut Dispenser, Stainless Steel
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- Bread maker with 14 baking functions, including low carb, gluten free, artisan dough, and jam
- 3 loaf sizes (1, 1-1/2, or 2 pounds)
- 3 crust colors (light, medium, or dark); 15-hour delay timer
- Collapsible kneading paddles
- Brand warranty might not be claimed in India
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This professional bread machine by Breadman offers bakery results at home. It's easy to use thanks to the digital display, preprogrammable settings, and a fruit and nut dispenser that automatically adds extras at the right time. 14 baking functions are available and include low-carb, gluten free, and artisan dough. You can choose the size loaf you're making -- 1lb, 1-1/2lb, or 2lb, and how you want the crust to turn out -- light, medium, or dark. The delay bake timer and perfect bake technology for even heat, ensure that every loaf will come out just right, and at the right time! Included is a recipe book with other 80 recipes that are compatible with this machine, a collapsible measuring cup and adjustable measuring spoon.
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My first one made loaves that were tall and looked funny. But I really loved the bread, and the smell that came with it! I finally wore it out. I hated digging the paddle out of the bottom.
My second one was a tragic mistake by the company. It had an inherent flaw - bread stuck to the pan. Even after they replaced the pan for free - the second pan was even worse. I gave up making bread ... because even when I finally got the bread out of the pan, I still had to dig the paddle out of the bottom.
I really loved my Sunbeam 5891 2-Pound Programmable Breadmaker, so much so that I actually recently purchased one for my daughter. It does many things the earlier bread makers didn't, including quickbread and cakes. It makes gluten-free bread. It has fast settings and normal settings. And it even has a jam setting! It is shaped so that loaves come out looking like loaves. Only one thing I didn't like - I had to dig the paddle out of the bottom. (sigh)
And then - Breadman came out with this wonderful selection! A Bread Maker that does NOT leave the paddle sticking in the middle! Even more, it has all of the settings I used on my Sunbeam (although it is missing the cakes, which I didn't use) AND the automatic fruit and nut dispenser!!! So I set my Sunbeam aside, and "went for it." The bread maker of my dreams.
How does it work?
The feature works by creating a one-way paddle that collapses when it is reversed. So the paddle turns and kneads while it goes in one direction. At the end of the kneading cycles, the machine reverses the turning of the paddle and it collapses into the bottom of the pan.
As a result, while you have the impression of the paddle in the bottom of the loaf, the paddle is not stuck inside of the bread! So don't think it's perfect, it's just much better than before.
Cookbook and manual:
This comes with a wonderful manual that even gives a comparison chart so that you can use whatever yeast is available in your store. All of the recipes use standard yeast, so you need to adapt them if you want to use fast-rise or other variations.
The book is also very clear on how to use the various settings.
Even more, the cookbook included has a wide selection of recipes for every setting. I would recommend using the included cookbook before you go out and buy any other recipe book for your machine.
I did have a "tiny" problem with one of the recipes - for cinnamon raisin bread. It reversed two of the ingredient amounts - showing 1/2 cup yeast and 3/4 tsp raisins. :-( The mistake was easy to spot, by someone who knows a little bit about bread making.
One of my favorite features on this (besides not pulling the paddle out and having the automatic nut and fruit dispenser) is the fact that it will make quickbreads, and even has recipes for them. My next trip to the store will be for bananas and macadamia nuts - for banana macadamia nut bread. :-)
For me, this machine was worth it - just for the two extra features. However, since it is so close to the Sunbeam, except for these two features, and the Sunbeam cost is much lower, you will need to make your own choice.
Did I mention I really LOVE not having to dig the paddle out of the loaf?
EDITED - I have dropped this rating down to 4 stars - When I attempted to make cinnamon raisin nut bread, the nuts got caught below the paddle and scratched the surface of the pan. Amazon immediately sent me out a replacement using overnight mail, and gave me 30 days to return the defective machine at their expense.
If I encounter any future problems with the machine, I will pull the rest of the stars, but Amazon itself was very helpful in resolving the issue.
Edited a year later ...
Aside from the first problem with the paddle, my bread maker has performed without any further problems. A+ ....
Edited Feb 2012: Since writing this review, a friend turned me on to Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery That Revolutionizes Home Baking . You do need a stone, but it is actually EASIER than the bread maker, and ;-) you definitely never have a problem with it. It takes less time and effort than using one of these. So, while I still love my machine, I do a lot more bread by hand now.
Edited April 2013 - still my favorite ever breadmaker!
So I got it yesterday, unpacked it, and (God forbid!) read the directions, which state that the first thing to do is run the thing empty through the quick cycle, which I did. During that operation, I watched the flapper closely for rubbing on the pan: no rubbing (expected, since I had given the thing a fairly thorough inspection for just that possibility and found nothing to indicate it would rub). Smell it did.
Made the first loaf after washing the pan out, plain white for the first test. What I noticed was that the kneading cycle did an excellent job, far better than my old machine. Following the instructions, I loosened any dough or flour or whatever that stuck to the ends and in corners - not much, but it was there, for the dough ball to pick up. Then I left the thing be for the rest of the cycle. Nothing rubbed, nothing melted, and nothing out of the ordinary happened on this first run, no oil mixed in around the shaft, and the flapper worked as advertised. The loaf came out good, rose more than expected (keep in mind I followed the directions precisely), and for plain white bread, was pretty good (their recipe). Only gripe I have is the loaf rose high enough I can't put it in my bread keeper, but that's something completely independent.
So, all things considered, I'll consider this a good purchase. After a while, I'll revisit this and either remove or add stars. For now, I'm happy with it.
Revisited: I have found no problems with the machine after many loaves of excellent bread. I guess my biggest complaint, if you'd call it that, is that it's difficult to see in the little window without a flashlight. Otherwise, we've been gobbling homemade bread like it's going out of style. Excellent machine.